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our powerhouse roundtable with paul krugman, "the wall street journal's" peg noone, america's last comptroller david walker, judy woodruff from pbs and al hunt. >>> hello again. lots to get to this morning including the treasury department's decision late yesterday to bury the idea that a trillion dollar platinum coin could solve the debt limit stalemate. advocate paul krugman and our roundtable ready to weigh in on that but first the national security debate with our panel of experts and policymakers including bob corker, democratic senator jack reed, who just returned from his 14th trip to afghanistan, council on foreign relations president richard haass, author of the forthcoming book "foreign policy begins at home" and martha raddatz. martha, let me begin with you. we saw that announcement from the president on friday speeding up the withdrawal of american troops out of afghanistan. that's a little faster than the military wanted, but he was silent on how many troops would be left behind. what's behind the decision, and where do you expect it will end up? >> well, i think all t
choice, too. this is it, paul krugman's "end this depression now!" it's both prescription and warning. our current obsession with slashing the deficit and avoiding that well-known and worn fiscal cliff is killing us, krugman writes, getting in the way of what really needs to be done, which is dedicating government to creating jobs and getting us back to full employment. he blames not only congress but the white house. paul krugman is professor of economics and international affairs at princeton university. since 1999, he's been an op-ed columnist at "the new york times" and now also writes a blog for the paper titled "the conscience of a liberal." according to the search engine technorati, it's the most popular blog by an individual on the internet. author or editor of some 20 books and more than 200 professional papers, krugman is a thinker so esteemed and widely known in his field he's become an icon. not only has he won the nobel prize in economics, he's also the subject of this song by the balladeer loudon wainwright iii -- ♪ i read the new york times that's where i get my news
economist paul krugman. anyway, he wrote on his blog there he called me lazy. said there was a lack of professionalism on the part of of me and my staff. for finding privilege olity in the idea of a temporary trillion dollar coin. first of all, lazy? i'm banging it out 22 minutes a day. ( cheers and applause ) don't tell me i don't work hard. and second of all, don't blame my ignorance on my staff. it's all me. you know, they got enough to do what with carrying me from cubicle to cubicle. as we learned earlier, i'm lazy. so what is your beef? and if you could put it in web cast form, saturate the color and tilt that [bleep] >> understanding what the issues are. the reason we've gotten to this place he did it as a sort of yuk yuk yuk stupid. when he just turns it into dumb, oh, i don't know nothing but those people look stupid to me, he's actually, he's ruining his own brand. >> jon: first of all, i'm pretty sure that is my brand. and second of all,... ( cheers and applause ) ... what? if anybody is ruining their brand, with a trillion dollar coin idea, i don't think it's the nonecon
, including nobel prize winning economist paul krugman. and later, an i call bullpucky story has gotten even more bullish since i covered it. we will be right back. resources they need. bright students are getting lost in the shuffle. and administration's work gets more complex every year. when you look at these issues, do you see problems or opportunities? with an advanced degree in education from capella university, you'll have the knowledge to meet these challenges and make a difference in the lives of students. let's get started at capella.edu. >>> the president and vice president are doing work on the issue of gun safety reform. the president's brand spanking new political operation tried to do work on gun safety reform, but it kind of did not work. bill burton, who knows about these things, joins us next. people have doubts about taking aspirin for pain. but they haven't experienced extra strength bayer advanced aspirin. in fact, in a recent survey, 95% of people who tried it agreed that it relieved their headache fast. visit fastreliefchallenge.com today for a special trial offer. >>>
't mean i can say something critical of sarah palin, too. i'll survive. >>> coming up, paul krugman, republican congresswoman marsha blackburn and chris hughes. up next, mike allen with the top stories in the "politico playbook." but first, here's bill karins with a check on the forecast. bill. >> good monday morning, mika. this is the start of an active week. we have a messy scenario in the northeast at the peak of rush hour. snow and sleet reported through pennsylvania, maryland, d.c. is now over to rain. baltimore to philadelphia, that's probably going to be the worst on i-95 and anywhere here in eastern pa to the border of jersey, right over the next hour or two is when the snow will start, then change over to sleet and eventually freezing rain. a lot of freezing rain around hagerstown. eventually this is all heading up into new england during the day. it's plenty cold enough from hartford to albany to boston, you'll get an inch or two of snow and then freezing rain and sleet on top of it. let me turn your attention, it is 60 degrees right now in st. louis. 45 in chicago. we hav
the tea party for dogmattic money. paul krugman wrote . . . >> jennifer: okay. i love paul krugman but on this one i have to strongly disagree. let's take a look at what progressives actually got. first democrats got tax increases for the wealthiest americans. now that alone is a big deal because before this meal -- this meal -- before this deal lawmakers had not voted for a tax increase in two full decades. lawmakers on either side. the deal raises taxes on people making over $400,000 a year right? so $400,000 a year your taxes go up to 39.6%. all right. that by the way is a permanent change. now, wealthy investors are not going to be ability to wiggle out of paying their fair share because capitol gains taxes they go up to 20%. not by 20%, but to 20% from 15%. the estate tax which is a tax on inheritance, the estate tax goes up to 40% from 35%. this deal also impacts those who are make a little less than $400,000 but still less than the average american people making between 250 and $400,000 a year won't be able to take as many deductions in the tax code. they
with your adversaries in a meaningful way. paul krugman had this to say about another option which was the platinum coin option. he said if we aren't ready to mint that coin, the joke will be on us, and a very sick joke it will be too. you agree? >> jennifer: i agree that first of all the president needs a contingency plan second progressives ought not spending too much squabbling among themselves. but i'm a better lawyer than paul krugman is. and it enlists the american people in solving the problem, because it won't be a convenient and easy thing to do. when you get that piece of paper you will be annoyed and people will squawk and they will tell their congressman how they feel and congress will be pressured to act. >> jennifer: right. enlist -- it's a way to enlist -- you have an army of lobbiests then telling them i want to be paid, so pay me. but you are a lawyer, so a lot of people have suggested that the president should simply declare the debt ceiling to be unconstitutional. is that something that he should look at? >> they have rejected that in state
portfolio. later on, paul krugman, a columnist, gave us a visit. we will be right back. [video clip] >> one cannot count the times that americans say that we are the best country in the world. what a marvelously stupid thing to say. of all the countries in the world. everybody thinks their country is pretty good. why do we have to believe that we are the best? what does that mean? and why do we have to assert it all the time? and what does it mean to other people who consume it? american products go around the world, information products go- around world. so you are observed by people in every corner of the world. we teach them not to like us, gratuitously. >> author, activist, and transafrica founder randall robinson, taking your calls, e- mails, facebook comments and tweets. sunday at noon eastern on "book tv"on c-span2. [video clip] >> georgia o'keeffe was really the first well-known woman artist. even in the 1970's there was no one who could match her. she became a feminist icon. i grew up under that influence. my first recognition of her work was not as an art historian but as a buddin
and nobel prize winning economist paul krugman says the president should be ready to mint that coin. in theory the treasury would mint the trillion-dollar coin and then walk it over to the federal reserve for deposit, so the government can pay its bills. oops. is it legal? technically the treasury doesn't need the permission of congress to mint platinum coins, but does it make economic sense? >> this whole coin business doesn't deal with the debt and deficit issue and it does not make it go away. >> my name is david greenstein and i'm a professional numismatist. >> easy for you to say. >> reporter: we visited a coin dealer to figure out how big it would need to be. >> solid platinum 747 aircraft to have $1 trillion worth of platinum. >> reporter: some suggest it's a political ploy. >> we should have known a coin was obama's solution to everything. it was right there in his slogan, "change." >> reporter: the next big political battle will most certainly be whose face gets to be on it. obama? boehner? or maybe bieber. kevin tibbles, nbc news, chicago. >>> that is our broadcast on a tu
tried. as part -- his party will not let him. >> he is a deal maker. >> paul krugman tells me that i live in a centrist fantasy, but it is a fantasy i would like to see actually happened. >> what lies ahead for speaker boehner docks >> it is a tricky, treacherous path. they did some rip. today on the house floor just to make sure some of those republicans stay with the speaker. he had to hundred 17 republicans. no democrats voted for him. they barely eked out. i am paraphrasing but he said the difference between the boys down the men in politics is that the boy is run for higher office to be something. i agree that he is a product directed legislate tour. in this atmosphere, that is not a cherished title. >> he does not have a good stick to punish people. he took committee jobs away from three of them. >> they have been in a weak position since election day. as gingrich learned in the early govern the cannot united states from one house of the congress and that is something that i think the newcomen enthusiastic, young, committed members of his congress do not understand. they only c
are almost giving the tea party for dogmattic money. paul krugman wrote . . . >> jennifer: okay. i love paul krugman but on this one i have to strongly disagree. let's take a look at what progressives actually got. first democrats got tax increases for the wealthiest americans. now that alone is a big deal because before this meal -- this meal -- before this deal lawmakers had not voted for a tax increase in two full decades. lawmakers on either side. the deal raises taxes on people making over $400,000 a year right? so $400,000 a year your taxes go up to 39.6%. all right. that by the way is a permanent change. now, wealthy investors are not going to be ability to wiggle out of paying their fair share because capitol gains taxes they go up to 20%. not by 20%, but to 20% from 15%. the estate tax which is a tax on inheritance, the estate tax goes up to 40% from 35%. this deal also impacts those who are make a little less than $400,000 but still less than the average american people making between 250 and $400,000 a year won't be able to take as many deductions in the ta
jersey senator bob menendez, paul krugman and director of "silver linings playbook" david o. russell. it is tuesday, january 29th and "starting point" begins right now. what a team we have here today. republican tennessee congressman marsha blackburn and richard socarides and frank foer editor of "the new republic." >> we are a matter of hours from the president in nevada today unveiling his proposal, plan for immigration reform. >> democratic sources tell cnn talks sore delicate that democrats in the congressional hispanic caucus asked the president not to announce his own legislation. "the washington post" says president obama has a plan and it is more liberal than the bipartisan effort announced in the senate yesterday. the president wants a quicker path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. >> here's the thing though, conservatives are not happy with the gang of let's plan, here they were unveiling this yesterday on the hill. they say this is a path to amnesty, senator john mccain explained why republicans now are stepping up. >> elections, elections, the republican party i
krugman over the trillion dollar coin. paul krugman actually surprised us after coming out in support of the idea of minting the trillion dollar coin. jon stewart slammed him for it and said it was a dumb thing for a nobel prize winning economist to do. and then paul krugman slammed back at jon stewart. jon stewart last night i think has the final word on this trillion dollar coin which is not going to happen. here was jon stewart. >> as we most, bit we do, whether of the fully fleshed out or by drive by variety. there are always various counter arguments of language and thought which can be cited as evidence of this show's inherent fairness or igance. so i stand by our research on the topic with due diligence and my ignorant conclusion that a trillion dollar coin minted to allow the president to circumvent the debt ceiling however arbitrary that might be is a stupid [ bleep ] idea. all right. [ applause ] and i'm a fan of paul krugman. >> bill: i'm a fan of paul krugman but he's craze -- crazy on this idea. trillion dollar coin is not going to happen. we have lots to talk about in th
than almost anybody else. i would love to have paul krugman but i more care about the fact that it isn't paul krugman than the fact it is a white male. >> bill: all right sheryl, don't give up on your gender so easily here. fight for women. there are women -- there are women out there who can do every job a man can do and do it better as far as i'm concerned including talk show hosts. 1-866-55-press is the "full court press." when we come back, new study says that americans are not as healthy as you think. we'll get into that at the top of the next hour. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." human being, that's really important. this is not just a spectator sport. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." live on your radio and current tv. >> bill: hey 13 minutes before the top of the hour. this is friday, january 11 on the "full court press.
guys with us here today. thank you so much. steve rattner, this time yesterday we had paul krugman on the show. you actually said in an e-mail talking about your concerns krugman suggested we don't have to worry about long term debt so much, deficits, long term debt number 5, maybe number 6 on the list. you took exception to it and said denying the coming debt was like being a climate change denier. >> i think actually mika started that analogy and paul krugman basically said the opposite. to me, being a debt denier is the same thing as being a climate change denier. we're putting tons of carbon in our atmosphere we have to deal with and incurring billions of debt everyday we have to deal with. they're the same problems. do you recognize they're problems and deal with them or sit and let them fester until something bad happens. >> what do you say about what paul krugman says, it's a problem but it won't be a problem until 20 years from now and let's not deal with the problem. >> in the order of magnitude we know the problem will be worse. about 60 trillion dollars of unfunded liabi
. pele fm al grespan to tim geithner to anyone who has looked at it, to paul krugman say it is a total fraud. it's a political device. so on that he's right. and on the substance, right now i think that obama, he may not have articulated as well as he could v but i think he is clearly indicated that if you are looking for more deficit reduction, a bigger deal, not a big deal, he's willing to go pretty far for a democrat on entitlements. >> i think the president is laying out some rather tough negotiating territory or maybe nonnegotiating territory ght now to see where republicans in congress are willing to do, and if they will budge a little bit. right now it seems like we are both testing whether each side intend toth budge. we've been through that process many times here in the obama presidenciment looks like another round as well. >> rose: and for most of this hour conversation with the foreign minister of pakistan hina rabbani khar. >> i think pakistan today presents a country which is very clear notice head how it operate with its neighbors and that is to try and build on the trus
you would like me to put to paul krugman. meanwhile, another reality beckons and there's a menace more threatening than the fiscal cliff ever was. what should really be scaring the daylights out of us -- the crisis which could make all the others irrelevant -- is global warming. get this one wrong and it's over -- not just for the usa, but for planet earth. that's the message delivered by hurricane sandy, and by almost all the extreme weather of the past two years. and here in the first month of the new year, it's the message from the most informed scientists in the world. they're scared, for real. and they say that unless we slow the release of global emissions from fossil fuels, slow it enough to keep the planet's temperature from rising by two degrees celsius, or 3.6 degrees fahrenheit, the earth's polar ice sheets will melt away -- with catastrophic consequences. time's running out. not one, but two major scientific reports in the last few weeks have concluded that the rapid increase in fossil fuel emissions makes that increase of two degrees celsius all but inevitable. this headli
to the edge. remember -- they went over. we'll discuss that possibility next week with paul krugman, the nobel laureate in economics and "new york times" columnist whose bestselling book, "end this depression now!" calls for full employment as an alternative to austerity. read it, then send us the question you would like me to put to paul krugman. meanwhile, another reality beckons and there's a menace more threatening than the fiscal cliff ever was. what should really be scaring the daylights out of us -- the crisis which could make all the others irrelevant -- is global warming. get this one wrong and it's over -- not just for the usa, but for planet earth. that's the message delivered by hurricane sandy, and by almost all the extreme weather of the past two years. and here in the first month of the new year, it's the message from the most informed scientists in the world. they're scared, for real. and they say that unless we slow the release of global emissions fromossil fuel sloit enough to keep the planet's temperature from rising by two degrees celsius, or 3.6 degrees fahrenheit, the ear
. and progressives have been a little bit grumpy as of late and we'll tell you why. >> and paul krugman and jon stewart enter into a war of words into cook what you love and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >> jennifer: next week marks the 40th anniversary of roe v. wade and yet after these decades we're still seeing the same old attacks on women's rights. as state legislatures reconvene this month there are a slew of laws being imposed. in wyoming lawmakers introduced a pair of so-called fetal heart beat bills. one would ban apportion if the fetal heart beat was detected and the other would require doctors to describe alternatives to abortion. and the female patient must sign a document verifying sh
] >> that is really sweet, greg. >> i want to talk about paul krugman, latest column, outside man, read the first sentence. yes, i've heard about the notion i should be nominated as treasury-secretary. i'm flattered but it really is a bad idea. so the self-absorbed chuckle bucket goes on without mentioning who actually discussed nominating him. maybe his cats or multiple personalities. i was also nominated for secretary of defense and secretary of state but i'm not a secretary, it's demeaning. >> what are you talking about. >> this is true story. >> first of all, i thought that article was from the onion, but its really idea... but he didn't say it. >> watching football last night. i caught some of the huckabee show and saw this piece called invisible thread about 11-year-old panhandler and met a busy stuff. they have a book out. he talked about how he thought love was best expressed. >> i often go to school and i see all the kids coming with that their lunch in brown paper bag. for me, i knew someone cared about them. i know someone loved them. they put time to give their lunch in a brown paper
as a whim in 2010 got more attention a year later. now has left leaning noble prize winning columnist paul krugman if the debt ceiling isn't avoided, mint the darn coin. gerald nadler is behind it not to mention a petition on the white house website with thousands of signatures in support. speaking of the white house.... >> would you roll it out? >> you can speculate a lot of things. >> it's in the air, a high floater. treasury department decides not to field it, but why is this being discussed more seriously now? analysts say frustration and fatigue in washington. >> an increased search for ways out of this problem, especially by democrats. i think that is how some of them hit on this idea about the coin. >> we've explained how it would work. >> treasury can mint it and print one trillion dollars. the president can order that coin to be deposited at the federal reserve. and real buzz over all of this is possibility, humorous or not, who would be on the coin, obama and boin have been considered. lady liberty popular choice, michael phelps is too scary. have a nice like look to it? >> no. i
than 1 million jobs by paul krugman says in the "new york times" what is of a texas miracle? the employee rate was eight-point to%. that is not great but california was 11.8%. >> they had over 10 percent unemployment every month of brock obamacare presidency until last november. john: still 3 percent higher than texas. >> higher than the national average every month since 1980. john: regulation? >> a huge difference. it was so bad in california the democrats allowed the lot to be passed that sought to find the cost of regulations on small business. arnold schwarzenegger was so embarrassed he did not wanted to come out. be average cost is $133,000 per year with. the legislature passes 900 bills per year. texas legislature in session every two years when they do 40 days. in california they say you cannot hire a psychiatrist to try to make your kid not a gay. that crazy specificity. john: i have covered than gauge your psychiatrist. i think it is nonsense but it should be your right to pursue it. >> not the right of the legislature to tell you what you need to do. and up penalt
it would have been. >> john: to nominate paul krugman as head of treasury, which i would love to see. i would like to see luke skywalker run the department of labor. is this going to happen? not that it would happen but can we hope for any progressive reform or someone like that in treasury? >> no. >> john: anybody better than geithner. >> i'm sure there will be people better than geithner, but a lot of stuff this ship has sailed in a lot of respects in the huge give aways to the banks and in terms of their cull ability. and the program to protect the banks and i don't suspect anyone who we see in that position will have any less of a hostile position towards the banks. >> sam seder from ring of fire. lee camp, and tina dupuy. i hope you'll all come back and join me again? maybe? combing up a few words about our friend and yours. mr. eliot spitzer. of the middle class. -- into a daily master class on political mall feesance -- whether was going after barclays for bid rigging or something else eliot brought a warmth grace and intelligence after every segment of this show. he was n
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